How to close the gap between where you are and where you want to be?

So we concluded that we need a change, that the existing situation is already intolerable, that we must listen to the inner voice that had been silenced for so long.

What next? What now? Reality does not change just because we have concluded.
Still, something does change, it is very delicate and sometimes difficult to notice, but it bubbles within us and waits for an opportunity to burst.

The gap between where we are, and where we want to be, seems enormous. Every little move to reduce it appears meaningless. In these moments, it is important to remember that the transformation begins with awakening and continues with the steps of a baby that are being made to improve the situation. Sometimes there is no choice but to start with giant actions such as separating from a spouse, resigning from work, leaving a city, etc. Then we will mobilize all the forces to succeed the dramatic passages.

The process is no less challenging when you do not know what change to make; when there is no preference for any direction, and while the floor trembles beneath our feet.

In this case, we return to basics, to things that please us, to friends who remind us of our strengths, and that everything eventually will be fine.

The emotional waves that wash us are part of the process. Sometimes a tsunami comes and covers everything.

There is a feeling of helplessness, and all that remains to do is let go and drown.

From there the vortex will throw us back to land, and so on. Until the balance comes again and with it an entirely new reality.

When the breath returns to order, and the horizon becomes more visible, you can start over.

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